Schooling, for children between specified ages, is compulsory.

Schooling, for children between specified ages, is compulsory.

Schooling, for children between specified ages, is compulsory. However, not all of these children attend public schools. Parents can elect to send their children to private schools (which we will assume is the only alternative to public schooling). There is debate in the community over the amount of subsidy provided by government to private schools. Some argue that this subsidy should be eliminated in order to reduce government outlays on education and that it is wrong for the government to subsidize private schooling. In the context of the demand and supply of schooling, evaluate this argument. Hint: Assume that the average expenditure per student by government on students in public education must remain constant.


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